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is a tremendous start-up - great success in tennessee - and we're really pleased to see how the passat has succeeded in the u.s. marketplace. we went from selling just 10,000 vehicles in a calendar year previously to over 10,000 a month of the new passat. so, we are still in that process of ramping up our presence with passat out of tennessee, and that is really our focus at the moment. > thank you for your time. that is jonathan browning of volkswagen. > > thanks angela. great to talk to you. enjoying the title "world's largest automaker" was short- lived for general motors. toyota is back on top after selling 9.7 million cars and trucks in 2012 compated to gm's sales of 9.29 million. both companies enjoyed higher sales this past year, but toyota edged out gm as it rolled out updated models of popular vehicles such as the camry. toyota is expected to continue its lead in 2013 due in part to a roll-out of a new corolla. thank you chuck. still ahead, we'll get a bullish and bearish take on where apple is headed. that's next. apple shares are bruised. the stock fell below $500 yesterday on w
been looking at what's happening in places like texas and in places like tennessee, i'm in nashville, tennessee, today it's boomtown, usa. states that have no income tax and the evidence is irrefutable that businesses and capital and families are moving out of those high tax states like where you live in new york and moving to these no tax states. he so you've got a number of places like north carolina, like arkansas, like kansas and oklahoma and the south and southwest, that say, you know, we don't want to be like california we want to be like texas and they're looking at eliminating their income tax. >> paul: okay, steve, but what about the revenue losses? that will be the big complaint if you give that up you're going to lose revenue. how do you make it it up? >> a great question, a lot of states say we'll expand and maybe increase sales tax and that's been a political hazard if it hasn't worked well in places that tried that. i want to toss out another idea that some states are looking at. why not use this bonanza of money from the energy revolution we talked about a little bit e
today as knocks well, national, a sell tennessee. and colonel nelson took a group of white settlers and the literally hacked territory out of the woods and fought indians and all that sort of stuff. and in the settlement rachael, his daughter, sort of became the debutante and if you will, the daughter of the most prominent and in the tennessee region. well, from rachael, it's a bit controversial because she does with a proper brought out to do. she, against a parents' wishes runs away and there's an older man who is a ne'er-do-well. his name is louis route are. it appears that he may have been visibly abusive with her. dispenses money. you know, is one thing after another, but he accuses her of all sorts of things. at the least mentally very abusive. so this is a big scandal. then she does with a proper grow back then ought not to do a second time. she leaves some. she leaves him and goes back home. well, a couple things happen. woman legally could not divorce. so she has to ask for the divorce. also, while she's back home, her father and some of her brothers and a lot of the men in
to do so. i yield the floor. >> madam president? >> the senator from tennessee. >> i wonder if i might post pose a question to the republican leader if he would retake the floor. >> i would be happy to respond. >> i want to congratulate the republican leader for her his remarks but here is my question. we have arrived at a time when we have the newly-elected president who has had a fine inaccurate day. he has an agenda that he wants to follow which he announced in his inaugural address. it's not agenda that most of us on the side i'll agree us but he has an agenda he wants to follow with a second term all of which would ensure his legacy as the president. but isn't there one thing that in order to get that agenda or any other thing he and we have to do and that is to address that and isn't the best time to do something difficult, something nobody wants to talk about, something that's hard and the best time to do that is a time when we have a divided government a democratic president and republican house and 30 or 40 or 50 senators on on both sides who have been saying for two years tha
like tennessee. i'm in nashville, tennessee today. town, u.s.a. this is states that it have no income tax. the evidence is irrefutable that businesses and capital and families are moving out of those high tax states where you live in new york and moving to these no tax states. you have got a number of places like northu' carolina, like arkansas, like kansas and oklahoma and south and southwest that say we don't want to be like california. we want to be like -- they are looking at eliminating their income taxes. >> revenue losses that will be complaint new give that up you are going to lose revenue. how do you make it up? >> that's a great question a lot of these states are saying thee are going to expand and maybe increase our sales tax. that's politically hazardous it hasn't looked very well. some states are looking a why not use this bonanza of money from the energy revolution that we talked about a little bit about earlier. use some of that money in terms of the severance taxes that you can raise and royalties. that's how wyoming and alaska got rid of their income tax. >> you said
even across portions of tennessee. then over towards the carolinas you're going to be seeing that frontal area push through, bringing with it all of these destructive winds, tornadoes, ping pong size hail and then off towards the north into the great lakes, even though the rough weather is down toward the south windy conditions and heavy snow is very well likely. localized areas seeing up to 12 centimeters. behind this frontal area this cold air will be changing things up. even across the rockies. you're still seeing heavy snowfall. denver just with a high of 5. take a look at winnipeg minus 16. on thursday this is even expected to get lower. chicago yesterday you saw record breaking highs. now back near the freezing mark. but look out ahead of that frontal area for you there in much of the eastern seaboard including washington, d.c. down to atlanta, it's rather warm. not going to be lasting very long. just enjoy it for the time being because once that system pushes through things will be changing. now across much of europe we have a storm system that's lingering towards the
get that risk of severe weather, specifically around missouri over towards western tennessee and northern mississippi. you could be seeing wind gusts over 100 miles an hour. hail, frequent lightning and even the risk of tornadoes. cannot rule that out at all. also that cold air that will be wrapping around, that's going to be bringing snowfall for western great lakes and dropping down these temperatures. look at winnipeg, minus 9 for you. ten-degree drop going into thursday. washington, d.c. and new york, you'll see a slight warm-up ahead of that front. warm air coming through but it will start to cool right back off once that front begins to pass by. now, here in europe, several systems we're watching. a severe one over the british isles bringings heavy rainfall, risk of flooding, gusty winds. look at the lines close together. that's indicating about 40 to 60 kilometer per hour sustained winds as it pushes overhead. behind it, though, just like in the americas, we'll see a cold air mass filter in. 13 and 12 on your high. on tuesday expect that to get down to the single digit
as tennessee, multiple states reporting deaths because of frigid temperatures and nasty winter weather. an arctic air mass blamed for the low temperatures invading the nation from the midwest to the northeast and bringing with it the coldest temperatures of the winter. temperatures dropping to nearly negative 40 # degrees fahrenheit in parts of northern minnesota and negative 30 degrees in parts of maine. weather advisories in effect as far south as tennessee and virginia tonight. that region expected to be hit with freezing rain and sleet as well throughout the night. the cold snap already causing death and destruction across the country. a 70-year-old man found frozen to death inside his illinois home, and a 38-year-old man dead of hype therm ya outside his home in green bay. this after a 77-year-old found frozen to death over the weekend. slick roadways outside cincinnati last night contributed to an 86-car pileup leaving a 12-year-old girl dead. the cold weather remains through thursday morning. much of the north and northeast will be freezing this weekend. i'll pact felt by consum
accumulations of rice along the carolinas and tennessee. >>> manti te'o has admitted he lied to the media and the public after learning that the girl he met online didn't exist. >> the alleged mastermind behind the hoax reportedly posed as the woman on the phone using a female voice. >> hey, babe i'm just calling to say good night. i love you. >> it didn't sound like a man. it sounded, sounded like a woman. >>> protesters clash with police in cairo on the second anniversary of the public uprising that toppled hosni mubarak. >>> a 14-year-old australian boy has been rescued from fast-moving floodwaters in queensland following heavy rain. >>> from l.a. a rescue worthy of hollywood, featured a small dog and a somewhat elaborate zip line system. >>> all that -- >> oh the 450-pound snowmobile lands on his head. >> how are you doing over there, jimmy? i'm just kidding, i don't give a [ bleep ]. >> the next greatest generation will be one of men and women who will fight and die together to protect this nation. >> on "cbs this morning." >> the hope is that we can now finally defea
. >> coming up, america's debt threat. congresswoman diane black, republican from tennessee, will join us. she voted no on the fiscal cliff initiative. we will get her take on the upcoming debt ceiling debate as well. plus, ty, as you know, is in chicago. more from the morningstar awards we when come back to "power lunch." you turn for legal matt? at legalzoom, we've created a better place to handle your legal needs. maybe you have questions about incorporating a business you'd like to start. or questions about protecting your family with a will or living trust. and you'd like to find the right attorney to help guide you along, answer any questions and offer advice. with an "a" rating from the better business bureau legalzoom helps you get personalized and affordable legal protection. in most states, a legal plan attorney is available with every personalized document to answer any questions. get started at legalzoom.com today. and now you're protected. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 and the streetsmart edge trading platform from charles schwab... tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 gives me tools
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of people will look at this. host: tennessee, the independent line. just then. caller: i am finding myself have a hard time listening to these people call in and say these great things about timothy geithner considering the fact he came into his position 0 in $50,000 in taxes, which he failed at that juncture to pay. afterwards he was able to do so. had he not been put in that position, i asked myself if he would have been among the fat cats who did not have to pay taxes or any other number of things they have been shielded from during the past four years of absolutely hideous and unconstitutional fiscal and monetary policy. host: what is chief among the policies he would criticize? caller: the big one is a lot of people did not ask who we owe the debt to. we do not owe the debt to a federal institution. as a matter of fact, we do not even print our own tender based on the constitution and how it disposed to be accomplished. therefore -- we have come to find out after the fact on the audit the fed the bill when it went through -- they only got a partial audit citing national security. host
airport and headed for tennessee when the pilot reported smoke coming from the engine and vibrations shaking the plane. police say it plunged a short time later. >> what it looks like, because the steepness of the trees in the air yaw, the tall pine trees, looks like it was a pretty steep descent and went right into the roof. >> reporter: susan crocket credits her religious faith for her survival. >> people don't believe there is a god, they better start believing, because there is a god. the only reason i'm -- >> nick valencia joins us in the studio here. any idea how this happened? what happened? >> the cause of the crash is still a mystery. investigators say it could take more than a week to pin that down. it's miraculous that she lived and survived through this. so much air traffic over her house, one of the local affiliates saying she was joking, one day a plane would crash through her house. i don't think she ever thought it would actually happen, but it did. she miraculously survived. >> credit to god she gives. uplifting story in some ways. >>> lance armstrong keeping quiet t
, wyoming, missouri, and tennessee have rushed to introduce legislation to preempt the president's proposal. sheriffs in oregon and kentucky are refusing to enforce any new gun laws but the power to defy federal law are limited and the rhetoric is simply political posturing. >> if you drink a popular juice to prevent health disease or treat prostate cancer, the federal trade commission says you could waste your time ruling that there were deceptive ads over a juice that said they could reduce colds and low down the growth of prostate tumors and a law judge ruled similarly last year and the company is asking an appeal courts to reverse the fining. >> is there time? we have talked about house cold and frosty it has been, and the warm-up in the afternoon comes so late...after you have suffered in the morning, you get to freeze in the afternoon. >> that is how it works. coldest in the morning and warpest in -- warmest in 9 afternoon. it habit early cold for our standards. radar across the state shows how dry it is again. dry across the entire western third as the storms are pushed well into can
the monthly when she could buy on tra appetizers in restaurants. i am a southerner, i am from tennessee, and i think understanding jefferson in his regional context and national context and political context is important. he was a master of politics, whether it was ideologically driven or geographically driven. there is something president about a ferociously divided atmosphere, big issues at stake, and a president whose tall, cool, sir regrow, pretty good at politics but doesn't like to admit it, having the government in a fractious atmosphere, something seems familiar about that. two quick stories about jefferson to give you two sides of him quickly. matthew davis, an office seeker from new york goes to monticello trying to get an appointment. he would have fit right in, travels to lobby for the job. he was number loyalist, jefferson not so much a blur loyalists. i shad to my hamiltonian friend that at least my guide didn't get shot in managers eat. [laughter] >> of species founders, the most likely to of send mails was alexander hamilton. i want to get that on the record and move on. that y
advance industry initiatives in colorado and tennessee. emily turow co. -- emily derocco run skills training and work for us. prior to that was that the manufacturing institute. prior to the sheep a senior role in the department of labor. finally, the mayor of the great city of louisville, greg fischer who is the background in manufacturing, but for interestingly upon taking office has been working with the mayor of lexington, kentucky on a dual match or welfare come a regional effort on it as manufacturing. but major set some context for the papers we put out yesterday and for the conversation today. first, a very quick reality check. we still think about manufacturing in the united states as yesterday's economy as opposed to the vanguard of innovation in our economy. 9% of the jobs, 11% of gdp, 35% of our engineers, 68% of private-sector r&d, 90% of our patterns. we may be the only mature economy to somehow decouple production and innovation. trust me, germans are doing it, japanese or not contain these are not. some bad news. quinn talked about the great recession, a loss of 8.5
till they tried to take it -- try to take it. host: now an independent caller in tennessee. caller: the people that think about this understand the second amendment has nothing to do with hunting and everything to do with protecting yourself against a tyrannical government of which this one is far more tyrannical than most governments in the past 30 years. yet people will tell you that the high magazines only are used for hunting. taunting has nothing to do with this. this is protect you from an invasion from people to do us harm. one or two inches at a time to its five people tried to break into your place. you need a high-capacity magazine with 20 or 30 rounds. host: interior secretary ken salazar is set to resign, fox news confirmed. also, this morning, watching what the president might say about other cabinet appointments this week. treasury secretary tim geithner air, as we know, will step down, as well as the labor secretary. secretary of state hillary clinton. and the defense secretary. so ken salazar will resign and president obama will have to fill that post. back to wheth
. >> thank you. >> thanks joe and becky. >>> still to come an "squawk," ceo jim rohr. and former tennessee governor phil bredesen and ceo michael ward. stick around. >>> the watchdogs of wall street. meet the whilst blower who helped the sec blow the lid off a multi-million ponzi scheme. >> were you scared? >> i was, i was terrified. >> today at 11:00 a.m. eastern cnbc. >>> when we come back, policymakers and csc michael ward. >>> and we are welcoming pnc financial chairman and ceo, jim rohr. he's our guest host today. good to see you. great. we'll be right back. ♪ [ construction sounds ] ♪ [ watch ticking ] [ engine revs ] come in. ♪ got the coffee. that was fast. we're outta here. ♪ [ engine revs ] ♪ nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapler and my... this thing. i save money by using fedex ground and buy my own supplies. that's a great idea. i'm going to go... we got clients in today. [ male announcer ] save on ground shipping at fedex office. >>> fixing the debt threat. >> where's all the money? >>
and medicare from his list of priorities, and what, as my friend from tennessee pointed out, we have a $16 trillion debt. and for to us say that we're not going to do anything about spending when we all know that spending is the biggest problem we have in this agreement, again, that is throwing kerosene on the fire that's on the other side of the capitol and that's my republican colleagues on the other side of the aisle who have committed and pledged to their constituents that we will end this hemaging that -- hemorrhaging that we call spending which has given us the greatest debt in the history of this country. so i guess i would ask my colleague from south carolina, who is usually very modest and reticent in explaining his views particularly in various media outlets of his view on this situation. mr. graham: thank you, senator. i guess my first view is it's better not to go over the cliff than to go over the cliff, but it's also important, as you just said, to understand what we've accomplished. let's assume for a moment and let's hope that this is a good assumption that we reach an agre
the floor. mr. alexander: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from tennessee. mr. alexander: it seems lately i come to the floor when the republican leader is make being reasonable and sensible proposals. i heard him say the same thing last weefnlg iragre week. the president is elected. he deserves credit for that. he now has a chance to define his legacy. es he's told us what that is ins inaugural address. isn't this the right time to get out of the way? hasn't the house of representatives actually given us an unexpected three or four months in which we can do it in so if president obama wants, as i'm sure he must, to begin to work on the other issues that he talked about in his inaugural address -- immigration, for example, these other important issues -- why would we not go work right now as the republican leader says and deal with the runaway, out-of-control entitlement vend d spending that's going to -- spending that's going to bankrupt the program that seniors depend upon to pay their medical bills? we know that's going to a the chair trustees have seder it wil-- have
industry initiatives in colorado and tennessee. emily derocco runs her own firm called e3 which is linking economic development and skills training and workforce. the party that she was at the manufacturing institute. prior to that she played senior role in the department of labor. and, finally, the mayor of the great city of louisville, greg fischer, who actually has a background in manufacturing. it's very interestingly upon taking office has been working with the mayor of lexington, kentucky, on a dual metro effort, a regional effort on advanced manufacturing. let me just set some context of the papers we put out yesterday, and for the conversation today. first, a very quick reality check. we still think about manufacturing in the united states as yesterdays economy. as opposed to the vanguard of innovation in our economy. 9% of the jobs, 11% of the gdp, 35% of our engineers and 68% of private sector r&d, 90% of our patents. we may be the only mature a company to somehow decouple production in innovation. trust me, the germans are not doing it. the japanese are not doing it, and the chi
featured so many times on this show. first horizon, the well-run tennessee-based regional, or bb&t which could be a southeastern powerhouse this year. these companies have so many things going for them in 2013, chief of which, though, is the potential for actual revenue growth. we all know that this net interest margin bugaboo will be with us for some time if the fed keep the rates low. i'm predicting here and now the actual construction in small business lending by these banks could back -- could come back at the same time when the banks' investments that are on their balance sheets are resurgent, and the liabilities including the kind that bank of america put behind it today with its offloading of hard mortgages with fannie mae are now in the rearview mirror. i'm thinking liabilities meaning legal liabilities, not the deposits that they owe you. consider this the year when loan growth trumps the scant amount that may actually be made on each loan, although i think that's going to go up, too. overlaid with the possibility that demand could actually force rates higher despite what the fe
anniversary of their rough week. if you've ever been to the civil rights museum in memphis, tennessee, they have these recordings, but this is the president talking with one of the principal faces of segregation at the time, governor ross barnett. the safety of james meredith, the student in question gives him some guy. someone has been killed at this point in the right that is unfolding on the campus. and they are doing an elaborate dance where president kennedy is nonetheless insisting that a couple of things have to happen, and here's is how it unfolds. [laughter] >> what was president kennedy seeking to accomplish? and can you explain this ballet speak back there's so much having adam glad we got to be. you can hear a lot in the tone that you can't always get from reading the transcripts. and in that very important conversation he is asserting the right of the president of the united states to order the governor of mississippi and to restore order in a perilous situation, meredith is in danger of his life. parenthood, james meredith has been inspired to register for the university
sent in that picture, and he's like, oh, doc pell bear tennessee's like that's great, too, i love it. don't show the polar bears, they might go after you. basically, i was trying to reel him in. actually, i have another question about the convention on narcotic drugs -- [laughter] and how do you feel about how coca-cola has access to coca and yet, you know, the indigenous people aren't allowed to have it, etc., etc. i was doing this on a twitter feed that at that point he didn't answer. [laughter] and it's funny, because his avatar, the little -- the twitter page, his avatar was actually like shh, like a secret, you know? [laughter] so i did that just so i could illustrate the entire dialogue afterward as a way of just interfacing with these companies. and i had actually planned to keep knocking on their door asking about this. yeah. >> we have a question here. okay. all right. question here, and i know the woman over there as well. >> hi. thank you so much, this has been really fascinating. i was wondering if you guys could tell us if you could set your ideal, um, policy for the war
it was like to be in the room with the republicans voting on this. reaction from marsha blackburn of tennessee. >> also ahead, 22 minutes past the hour. with the fiscal cliff deal in place, what about you? what about your 401(k). what could happen on wall stleet? we'll talk with that ahead. >> when kids arrive back in school. they will be greeted by a new site. armed guards. the new normal it's being called. that's next. you're watching "starting point." ...so as you can see, geico's customer satisfaction is at 97%. mmmm tasty. and cut! very good. people are always asking me how we make these geico adverts. so we're taking you behind the scenes. this coffee cup, for example, is computer animated. it's not real. geico's customer satisfaction is quite real though. this computer-animated coffee tastes dreadful. geico. 15 minutes could save you 15 % or more on car insurance. someone get me a latte will ya, please? alriwoah! did you get that? and...flip! yep, look at this. it takes like 20 pictures at a time. i never miss anything. isn't that awesome? uh that's really cool. you should upload these.
, the winter weather hitting parts of alabama is stretching into the tennessee valley and the northeast. >> and the ice and snow could spell disaster on the roads. accuweather meteorologist jim dicky joins us with the forecast. good morning, jim. >> good morning, john and sunny. a wintry mess on our hands today. we have a frontal boundary stalled out from the mid-atlantic through the lower mississippi valley. wide range of temperatures here ahead of it. temperatures this morning in the 50s, near 60s, but 20s back on into the plains. that cold air remains at the surface. warm air aloft. that continues to keep freezing rain in place across especially eastern kentucky here. ice storm warnings ongoing. many spots have already seen a half inch of ice accumulating on power lines, on trees. that could leave some power outages and certainly slick spots on the roadways. take your time as you head out and about this morning. this while we're dealing with snow from pennsylvania up through new england. many spots 1 to 3 inches of accumulation. back to you. >> thanks, jim. >>> and 79 days after hurr
. any other company, stone and webster, tennessee eastman became involved in wartime construction. all of these understood in the process of rcl enterprises say he's not to construct docks for pearl harbor, for example and prepare military facilities, but also to build ships. kaisers liberty ships a classic example at a time in which it took to build constantly shrink down to fewer and fewer days until by 1942 they could launch a liberty ship every five days if they had to. in fact, there's a great story about a woman it comes to christen one of the liberty ships at the portland art, kaisers here in portland, oregon and she comes out with a champagne bottle in the ship certicom. it started as launched and is sailing into the south. so he comes back to us it's been a minute, lady. there'll be another one along in a few minutes. and not just ship the thing. -- ship hoping. magnesium is essential for aircraft manufacturing, which kaiser became heavily involved in the process. feel manufacturing. kaisers supplied steel for his liberty ships built the most modern steel plant in the world ou
and dangerous amounts of ice to the carolinas, tennessee, georgia, alabama. look at this, in nashville, drivers are being urged to stay off the roads. out west, passengers were stranded in salt lake city, a rare ice storm closed airport runways there. you can barely see the planes here. to the midwest, where we saw the signs first of this deep freeze. you're looking at the aftermath of a phenomenon known as ice shove. never heard of it? well, high winds literally shoved ice across lake winnebago, sending huge chunks over roads and into backyards. you remember that abandoned warehouse also. this is chicago where there was the fire inside, but the outside was encased in ice. it is because of the freezing temperatures there, as well. well, the city has ordered an immediate demolition of the building, which, despite the ice, as we said, has been reigniting since tuesday. and in massachusetts, the car slid off the road here and plunged into this frozen pond. now to new jersey, this is happening everywhere, in new jersey, it is even too cold for the polar bear plunge. you know the point is to jump in
of tennessee who says why now, mr. president? >> if he is a skeet shooter, why have we not heard of this, why have we not seen photos, why has he not referenced it? at any point in time, as we have had this gun debate that is ongoing you would have thought it would have been a point of reference. i tell you what i do think. i think he should invite me to camp david and i'll go skeet shooting with him and i bet i'll beat him. >> as to why there are no photos, white house spokesman jay carney hedged. >> is there a photograph of him doing it? >> there may be but i haven't seen it. >> why haven't we heard about it before? >> because when he goes to camp david he goes to spend time with his family and friends and relax, not to produce photographs. >> again, whatever! still, why did the president feel the need to bring this up at all, if he wanted to win over gun rights advocates, skeet shooting isn't exactly on target. the nra said "the second amendment is not about shooting skeet and it's not a tradition. it's a fundamental right upheld by the u.s. supreme court." so while obama seemed to be reac
to you for eastern parts of kentucky, and as well as parse of tennessee, along the appalachians, that's where we'll see the heaviest snowfalls. some of the locations, roughly 6 to 8 inches of snowfall, the higher elevations to the south of d.c. metro. 1 to 3 inches of snowfall. tricky out there travelwise. we'll keep you up to date on travel delays. >>> part one of oprah winfrey's one-on-one with disgraced cycling legend lance armstrong will air tonight. what will he say? damage control under way. a source tells us armstrong already in talks to return some endorsement money. stay with clnch cnn tonight for a complete wrap with anderson cooper, and on saturday, "the world according to lance armstrong." remember when lance armstrong was the most complicated sports story in the world? >> ed today it's not. more about manti te'o's story and how it's disintegrating, straight ahead. first, another thing that's falling apart. for boeing, dreamliners grounded. faa officials joining japan and europe grounding the dreamliner due to fire risk as a result of overheating lithium batteries. united
in tennessee. it already has a battery plant in the united states and plans to build the new car assembly plant right next door to that one. last year nissan sold nearly 10,000 models of the leaf. that was up 1 1/2% from the year before. and then there's this, take a look at this video. at first glance, you may think well, this looks like a lion. right dagen? dagen: no it doesn't look like is a lion. it is a dog. connell: i see. but many people in nor folk virginia dagen's home state they were calling 911 reporting there was a lion siting. -- lion sighting. the police quickly called the local zoo. as dagen pointed it out, it is a dog. nice looking dog. the owner had taken him to the groomers and the owner is a big fan of old dominion university, their mascot is a lion, said make my dog look like a lion, this is what they came up with. dagen: as my daddy might say, they called the police because folks are stupid. connell: the poor dog. dagen: you know what? the dog doesn't care. it is a dog. and not a lion by the way. dagen: tom donahue unveiling his new agenda to attack our nation's fiscal chal
even, washington, wyoming, tennessee, texas. texas is big indeed. the governor in louisiana is talking about not having a state income tax. you can see why. texas is stealing every employer in the world. it's hard for louisiana to think about competing with them so they have to, you know, even the playing floor so that they can compete too. now, reality of this, though, is it makes it hard on those old-fashioned states like new york that want to -- they want to charge state income taxes out the wazoo, and california raised theirs to 3.3%. it's not a surprise here, but, you know, take note. there's a palm beach office, the little city of palm beach, has an entire office dedicated to getting hedge fund managers, private equity dudes -- ashley: smart thing to do. tracy: the middle class will feel this. the wealthy can afford to pick up and leave and fly back to wherever they have to go. those of us with kids in school, families, can't sell the house, i don't have a choice. they will end up raising the state taxes for me to pick up the slack. >> or new york has to find another way to fund
coming up tonight on "money", ron littlefield is the mayor of chattanooga, tennessee. he joins me to discuss some of his genius incentives to entice people to move there to create jobs. that is 5:00 p.m. eastern on fox business. he has things like the geek move. it is very cool. yes i will leave you with this tidbit to entice people to come. the geek move is really cool. lori: look forward. melissa: it is genius. i think it is genius. lori: i will prep for that. i will stick around to join ashley. tracy has at day off. dow is approaching 14,000. we're at 13,946. we're looking at the overall housing and economic picture with s&p chairman. he is with us next hour. so stay with us. [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. omnipotent of opportunity. you know how to mix business... with business. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle. and go. you can even take a full-size or above. and still pay the mid-size price. i could get used to this. [ male announcer ] yes, you could business pro. yes, you could. go national. go like a pro. lo
locally. they have a new production facility here in chattanooga, tennessee. that is helping them with their currency and the euro issues. so they're able to fluctuate their currency and hedge by having local production. also coming up with really desirable vehicles like the jedi doing incredibly well. lori: there are all kinds of new models coming off the assembly line. >> gm has all the new pickup trucks coming out, there's a lot of new product. it is all the way across the board, some great small cars coming out. lori: you see a new ceo for ford this year? >> no. he will stay through 2014. lori: thank you so much. we appreciate your analysis of the automotive industry. okay. keep it right here on fox business as liz claman and david asman talk exclusively with quality of america president. melissa: same-store sales figures for the month of december roll in. retailers fearing for their profits, so how did they actually fair? lauren simonetti has all the details. >> it turned out the final sales week of the holiday shopping season save christmas in the end. you can see december r
japan. now it's done in tennessee. >> building them there. >> exactly. now quick charging. quick charging infrastructure. we need to do more with states, cities in order to make sure that consumer buying electric car won't have to worry about where you're going to charge. so we're going to be working on it and the car is going to continue to develop. >> are you disappointed with the sales in a sense that you thought you would have a greater acceptance rate amongst people with electric vehicles? are you now saying, maybe electric vehicles are not going to be as popular as we first thought? >> i was ceo of any car company you're going to ask is going to tell you no because you always see much more potential for your car. now i knew from the beginning that this car being revolutionary, because it's going to change a lot of things, you know, it's not going to be an easy road, but i'm firm believer in the technology, firm believer in the benefit of the car, and want it to work in a very resilient way in order to make progress. just compare the car to the high rates, in two, maybe ten
the focus. tennessee senator lamar alexander on how washington can rise above and overcome the debt threat. second hour of "squawk box" starts right now. >>> good morning and welcome to "squawk box" here on cnbc, i'm andrew ross sorkin along with joe kernen and becky quick. take a look at futures. ahead of the big jobs number which we will be getting in about an hour and a half, dow looks like it would open currently down about 9 points. nasdaq would be up marginally as would the s&p. but all of that likely to change as "squawk" rolls on. give you some of the numbers. let's get through some of the morning headlines. it is jobs friday. economists have become more optimistic as we approach the december employment report. the consensus dow jones forecast calling for 160,000 new nonfarm jobs up from myer forecast of 150,000. the unemployment rate seen coming in at 7.7%. congress also set to vote today, finally, on that 9.7 billion dollar relief funds for homes and business owners that were affected by floods from superstorm sandy. both the house and senate are expected to approve the measure.
, tennessee. advocat volkswagen wants to expand up to a million vehicles a year in the united states. there is some expectation they can't unless they put on a new building. host: and observation says g.m. sales up to government were up 79% but guest: fleet sales are still an important factor. they can make up as much as a third of total sales depending on the auto maker. in the past fleet sales were seen as a pressure release valve of sorts. they were considered unprofitable sales, a way to keep the factory running even when you didn't have enough demand from customers. after the bailouts and the cost cutting of the past couple years that view has changed a little bit. fleet sales have a bit of profit now. and the companies don't have nearly as much unused factry capacity, which is the profit killer in the auto industry. so these sales are seen as not as much of a burden as they once were. host: turn around the economy from the auto worker. what's it looking like employment wise within these major companies that build cars? guest: employment's been pretty strong. the industry added
from jackson, tennessee. are you there? >> i am. >> what did you think of president obama's speech? >> i think it is a good opportunity for all illegal immigrants to try to gain citizenship here instead of working in other people's names and undocumented and not having a right. this is a good opportunity for them to get legal. >> rochelle is from las vegas, an independent college. >> what i find totally ironic is that president obama is at a school in clark county, which school whichspanic rat 40% of all spanish students drop out of high school there. they are the fifth worst school drastic. what president obama, i totally believe in what he is doing, i am very happy, and i think immigrants and americans all, we need education and we need to get reaffirmed with the whole culture of what make us who we are. i do not think our public education system are really doing that for anyone now. my young students, i work with a 70% hispanic rates, 5% of their immigrants coming from this country, and i wanted to educate them, but i was prevented from doing so. that is also a huge focus for me
in tennessee versus garner the course they have to stay fabricated the common law rule that would've allowed police to shoot any fleeing felon. in richards versus wisconsin has the states did not support. here we have half the seats in the country that would not have prevented what went on in this case. thank you very much. >> thank you, council. sir custer, three minutes. >> thank you. everyone agrees the closer a chemical test is taken at the time of driving, the more reliable the evidence of intoxication is, the more reliable the evidence of impairment is. under the response to pressure would be mandated we are going to allow the most reliable evidence to dissipate and degrade over a period of time in favor of admittedly less reliable evidence taken at a later time. that is simply inconsistent with fourth amendment jurisprudence and other destruction of evidence cases. the respondents proposed rule here is completely apart to: unworkable. if there are no further questions. >> thank you, counsel. the cases submitted. >> the greatest honor history can bestow is the title of peacemaker. this
, that includes democrats and republicans. tennessee republican marsha blackburn was one of the lawmakers who voted against the bill and she will be here to explain why. that is coming up next hour. bill: we'll look forward to talking to her. how many are taxes going up for those making more than 400,000 a year? the former tax rate on individuals in that tax bracket was 35%. now it will be 39.6%. an increase of 4.6ers. on income of 400,000, that works out more than $18,000 per year to go to washington. that is the low end, as incomes rise as they go up that amount rises. >> capital-gains tax is going up too. that will tax income from dividends and other capital gains. it will jump from 15 to 20%. that applies to people with 400,000 or families making more than 450,000. now the joint committee on taxation saying this is expected to reduce revenue by almost $290000 over the next 10 years. that is reportedly because it creates less incentive to sell stock. bill: there is a lot of numbers here. we'll work through a lot of numbers over the next two hours. the big story, the big bottom line here? m
reports fourth quarter results at 7:00 a.m. eastern. profits seen up 29%. tennessee%. the london wale will be addressed. and the new cfo will be running the earnings call for the first time. >>> goldman sachs will follow at 7:30 a.m. eastern. profits expected to double with revenues up 30% from a year earlier. analysts are looking for an increase in investment banking and lending revenue. joining us now for where todd hegerman, analyst at stern a.g. todd, good morning. as we look to these two major bellwether banks, what are you expecting to see? >> well, we've got a bit of a preview on friday from wells fargo. coming into today's earnings reports, we're expecting pretty respectable results out of the core bank if you will. on the flip side of the equation, capital markets as you mentioned. i'm not really expecting much of a -- an inspiring quarter so to speak from the capital markets units. and that really relates to the underlying flow activity during the course of the core which as you may know came to a standstill late in the quarter as concerns and uncertainty surrounding the fis
to the south, freezing rain still the story here across parts of kentucky and into tennessee. this is where the freezing rain will fall during the morning hours. the roads are really going to be a mess. probably not enough here in lexington, louisville to bring down power lines or cause major issues. a lot of reports here, be careful on the roads anywhere in the south. and snow tonight, guys, as we head across mississippi, alabama, maybe georgia, winter is coming back. >> we know all about it. andrew was late this morning because winter was here. >> that is true. >> george washington bridge was not my friend this morning. >> we heard that you were not even on the bridge yet. they closed -- >> they closed -- apparently the bridge was shut down for a while. >> the upper level or lower level -- >> the west side highway of also having problems. we were literally going backwards on the highway. to see try to get out. >> bad. i have 33 miles. it was bad. it was bad. >> sleety and bad. >> okay. >>> let's talk banks. financial leaders coming together today at the annual meeting of the securities in
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